Summary

Jasper is having a very, very bad day. However, after he meets an unusual clown by the name of Blue Bell, he soon realizes his day is about to do something he never imagined possible - it’s about to get worse.
©2018 Roma Gray (P)2018 Roma Gray
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5 out of 5 stars
By Raven on 19-02-18

Creepy short story

A review of Blue Bell by Roma Gray

This short story is a twenty-three-minute audiobook. The main character is Jasper, who gets talked into doing something bad by his criminal big brother so that he can do something good with his ill-gotten gains. However, things don’t go according to plan and Jasper ends up hiding in a strange little building. While there, he meets Blue Bell, a blue-haired clown who wants to be friends. Of course, being a horror story, all is not as it seems.

The story flowed nicely and the pace was good.

The production of the audiobook was good, no music or sound effects and I didn’t hear any other background noises whilst listening.
I also felt the narrator did a very good job with the manuscript and created good voices for each of the characters.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Ray Johnson on 17-02-18

Starts of like Pulp Fiction and ends as Annabelle!

This is my introduction to the Writer Roma Gray, and it was a great way to meet her. The story has an incredible flow, it is verbose without being overly intellectual (not a bad thing). and it sets up the start of something much bigger.

It begins with a jewelry heist gone awry, and ends with Hitler's Doll. The main character is having everything go wrong for him, and he finds himself on the lam, and ends up somewhere he shouldn't be. BlueBell has tinges of Robert the Doll and Anabelle mixed in, but is a set up for an even bigger (and better?) story. Gray's writing really sings. It is descriptive and draws you in fast, which is necessary in a short story like this. Her narrative keeps your attention with things ranging from broken keys to horny skeletons.

Her narrator, Terry Self does an amazing job epitomizing her poor schlub of a main character, Jasper. You feel his panic, and sympathize with him with Self's empathetic tones. This is the first time hearing him (so I got a tofer in this tale) and I have to say he is impressive.

All I can say is that I now want to hear the rest of the story. Great job, ROma and Terry! You make a nice pairing.

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5 out of 5 stars
By The Drewster on 24-07-18

Move over Chucky!

Blue Bell is scarier than Chucky. No child’s play here. Zombies and scary dolls...oh my!

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